We often see nice boiler room pics in the trade magazines or in contractors’ social media posts. And guys are rightfully proud of their workmanship, telling us how many days was spent assembling a multi-zone distribution using compression fittings or other fancy piping techniques. And the peers respond like: "Amazing! Looks good! Fantastic! Awesome job, Pal!"
When I’m reading these comments, I really have a motion to ask them try PAW hydronic modules on their next job. I believe they would not only be proud of well-organized piping, but also be surprised how quick they got the job done and how much their client is astonished to see his boiler room tech.

Four-zone Modular System with Grundfos Magna1 ECM circulators (custom solution)

Let us briefly share a success story with you:

Mid December 2017, we got a call from George of HD Mechanical telling us that he had a project of installing radiant floor heating for 6000 ft2 residence, with 10 radiant manifolds. He needed to be out of there before Christmas. 10 pump zone modules, two 3-fold distribution manifolds, low-loss header and compact flow-up and down assembly, as you see in the picture. By doing it first time, George and his apprentice only spent half of the day installing the multi-zone panel – playing LEGO they said. Another day went to pipe the boiler and wire the controls. Guess how they spent Christmas Eve day? They stood home with love ones. Remember your last Christmas?
The modular panel assembly is straightforward, making near-boiler piping to be neat, and compact. The modern-looking insulation shells maintain appearance of a finished unique product and also largely reduce the heat loss. And most important – you’ll get same result and success every time, all the time!
 Installer “plays LEGO” & creates showcase in every Boiler Room!

The first PAW Modular Hydronic System was installed in North America in 2005. Year later the product received First Place for New Hydronic Heating Award at the iSH North America Show in Chicago. It has been improved and further developed since then. The concept of “Modules” starts from decreasing installation labor cost, improving installation efficiency and guaranteeing installation quality. We believe every technician wants getting job done right at the first time and coming back into that boiler room only to service that boiler next year. Don’t You?

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